Formed in 1921, the Riley Children’s Foundation was formed to perpetuate the legacy of Hoosier Poet James Whitcomb Riley. Since 1924, the hospital has continued to expand research and patient care with the Riley Children’s Foundation leading the fund-raising efforts to support these vital services for Hoosier families. In the 1950s, the Foundation expanded by founding Camp Riley. In this scenic setting in south central Indiana, children with disabilities enjoy the same recreational challenges enjoyed by their non-disabled peers. Today, the Foundation remains at the forefront of identifying, pursuing and securing vital services for children and their families.
Address: 30 South Meridian Street Suite 200
Indianapolis, IN 46204